[WATCH] Could This Speech Cost Maxine Waters Her Job?

Maxine Waters

It's clear Maxine Waters isn’t right for the new role she’s in... or she’s just out of her mind.

These days the washed-up Congresswoman can’t seem to do much but humiliate herself.

And her latest stunt is no different and blew right up in her face.

As first reported by RedState, House Financial Services Committee Member Rep. Maxine Waters clearly isn’t ready for her new job or the industry her committee oversees.

According to the report, Waters questioned a group of big bank CEO’s about the student loan crisis, in hopes of faulting them for the crisis itself.

But what Maxine Waters got in return, was a humiliating retaliation that left her speechless.

The best part? It was all caught on camera.

According to RedState, the exchange went a little something like this...

Waters: Today, there are more than 44 million Americans that owe $1.56 trillion in student loan debt. Last year, more than one million student loan borrowers defaulted which is on top of the one million borrowers who defaulted the year before. What are you guys doing to help us with the student loan debt?

Who would like to answer first? Mr. Monahan, big bank?

Bank of America CEO Brian Monahan: We stopped making student loans in 2007 or so.

Waters: Mr. Corbat?

Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat: We exited student lending in 2009.

Waters: Mr. Dimon?

J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon: When the government took over student lending in 2010 or so, we stopped doing all student lending.

Check out the footage for yourself...

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